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I have written about the flat-earth craze that has become popular. To believe that the earth is flat, one must believe in many other odd things.
The show stopper this year is the total solar eclipse on August 21. This is the first total solar eclipse visible from the continental US since 1979.
Several recent astronomy news stories demonstrate their presuppositions are no challenge to the biblical account of the origin of the universe.
Skiba noted the title of was “Is the Earth Flat?” and my “answer to that question was essentially, ‘The Earth is not flat and the Bible never said it was!’”
The first planet in our solar system, Mercury, transits the sun on May 9, 2016. Join me at the Creation Museum to see it for yourself!
CR7 is so far away that the light we receive from it is too feeble for the spectroscopy that is necessary for direct confirmation of population III stars.
If Krauss really believed what he wrote in regards to the “Open Questioning” of science, then he would applaud us for daring to question dogma.
I’ve taken literally thousands of photos this summer. I even took advantage of the fine skies of Africa to take a few astrophotos.
There was a total lunar eclipse on the morning of April 4, 2015. This was the third eclipse that some have claimed is a sign of the end of the world.
Where did earth’s water come from? Various proposals have been offered through the years, including that water came from the moon or from comets.
I hate to say “I told you so,” but … oh, never mind. One of the problems that the big bang model suffers from is the horizon problem. For three decades the
Terry Mortenson, who occupies the office next to mine here at Answers in Genesis, recently blogged about Hugh Ross’s presentation at the apologetics conference
According to the evolutionary theory of how the solar system came to be, Earth ought not to have water. The planets supposedly formed out of a disk of material
The year 2015 begins with three planets in the evening sky. To the naked eye, all three planets look like bright stars. During the first half of January, Venus
I’ve been amazed how many people have asked me about Philae, the probe that recently landed on the surface of Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. Philae was
A recent news item reported on research about how a person’s religious beliefs might influence attitudes toward space exploration. University of Dayton
Answers in Genesis, in conjunction with Canyon Ministries, sponsors raft trips through Grand Canyon. We have five trips scheduled next year. I am delighted to
I had hoped that the eclipsed moon would be red. Deep red. A Cheerwine red (a brand of soda). Alas, it wasn’t to be. But I was in a celebratory mood, so I broke
I understand that many years ago Superman comic books ran a story in which Superman flew faster than the speed of light. A reader wrote to the Dear Editor
MAVEN MAVEN (Mars Atmospheric Volatile EvolutioN) craft has been in the news lately. Launched nearly a year ago, MAVEN arrived at Mars on September 21,
Wonders of Creation, published by Master Books, is a series of beautifully illustrated books on various aspects of the world from a creation perspective,